Please help me identify the burnt out SMD located on M801 position in the attached photographs.
It belongs to a Philips Bodygroom BG2024/15 PCB.
I intended to replace the two rechargeable batteries, but somehow it got burnt out when touching inverted polarity from new batteries. I`ve got to see the code 20 inverted written + letter t with 10x magnification and a PCB support stand. So then I attach another little big zoomed out photo. I hope it helps to identify and may be find an equivalent one.
As a clue to guess what else could be damaged, I´ve tried to connect the batteries with correct polarity and the motor keeps running even while switching on/off the pushbutton. Also the Diode beside looks a little bit damaged and might be a Schottky because of the 4 White stripes cathode marking and BAt2d. But I don't know which Brand it is or any other info about the SMD package type.
I got another photo of the item M801 encircled in yellow with the marking code STD1 and a closeup view of the wired parallel diodes.
BG2024_15 Motherboard PCB Layout
Philips BG2024_15 Motherboard Layout (Item M801) - Closeup view